Speed run of Phantasy Star Online in 4 segments, completed on June 26 2004. Author's comments: There are so many version of this game out. 2 on the dreamcast, 2 on the gamecube, 1 on the Xbox, and 2 on the PC. However my choice of version was determined by two factors. First, which would give me the best stats for a HUcast, and second, which would let me get past rooms as fast as possible. The real reason why I attempted this run as I did was because a few days before attempting it, I had read... Topics: Phantasy Star Online, Dreamcast
Speed run of Phantasy Star (in the GBA Phantasy Star Collection) in 16 segments completed on July 20 2005. Author's comments: Well, this sure was a challenge of a run. After seeing the successes of Final Fantasy II and III, i decided to try to match that with another classic RPG. Thankfully there was someone in the channel that did know the game. I played this on the GBA collection since I don't have my Master System anymore. Anyway, I took a route that was a whole lot out of order from what... Topics: Phantasy Star, Game Boy Advance
Single-segment speed run of Phantasy Star Online Episode III: C.A.R.D. Revolution, Hero side, done on April 30 2005. Available in low, norml, and high quality. Author's comments: Much like Brighstar/Jonathan_F from pso-world I work for a PSO fan site (www.ragol.co.uk) and got the Japanese version of PSO III first. A code to covert the Japanese into partial English was released but there was a lot of translation errors. I soon got bored of these errors and left PSO for a long time. I recently... Topics: Phantasy Star Online, Single-segment, GameCube
Single-segment speed run of Phantasy Star Online Episode III: C.A.R.D. Revolution, hero side, done on May 8 2004. Author's comments: I've been playing Phantasy Star Online since the days of the Dreamcast. When I heard that Episode III was going to be a card game I got a little nervous the series was going down hill. To my delight, the game play was very enjoyable when I got my import copy back in November, it being my duty as a staff member of PSOworld.com (Jonathan_F) to get videos for the... Topics: Phantasy Star Online, Single-segment, GameCube
Yet another improvement over the previous Retro Core shows with the high resolution version being almost 100 Meg smaller in size than volume : 3. Featured in Volume : 4 is an interview with a Japanese Retro Game store owner and well as a quick look around his shop. Of course there's loads of gaming goodies too, including a Final Fight special ! Just which home version of Final Fight is truly the best? Plus PC Engine Power Drift, Master System Phantasy Star, SFC Super Aleste, Saturn Sega Touring... Topics: Retro Core, Game, Interview, Videogame shop, Final Fight, PC Engine, Power Drift, Master System,...